5014 errors during storage replication sync on Azure

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In Windows Server 2016, when configuring replication, destination servers show multiple 4004 warnings, with a status of "insufficient system resources, exist to complete the API". This is followed by 5014 errors as well. How to resolve it?
Jan 21, 2020 in Azure by Sam
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These indicate that the servers do not have enough available memory (RAM) to perform both initial synchronizations as well as run workloads. 

To resolve this either add RAM or reduce the used RAM from features and applications other than Storage Replica.

Hope this helps!

answered Jan 21, 2020 by Sirajul
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